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Visual_fuckers: FLESH WOUND TUTORIAL 8D

Visual_fuckers: FLESH WOUND TUTORIAL 8D
Ok, so here is the wound tutorial I promised.....about 2 weeks ago. This one just shows how to do gashes, I will do more tutorials like this if you are interested though ^^. WARNING: NOT DIAL UP FRIENDLY. Big pictures.....lots of em >< Ok....lets start with our recipe for fake flesh.This is for a small batch...you don't need alot at all, even for big wounds. ingeredients1. Combine in a small sauce pan and put on medium heat v Keep stirring until all the ingredients form into a ball v The consitancy should be something like play doh...but more rubbery. NEXT : fake blood ingredients1. 1 tbsp. all purpose flour2. 3/4 cup water3. Ok, this part is importantBefore cooking, combine the water and flour to form a slurry. Then add them to a small sauce pan and bring to a boil, let simmer for a minute or so (do not add the food coloring yet). This will make the 'blood' thick. Now that that is all done...let's move on to assembling the wound 8D Aside from the things we just made, this is what you will need.

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Sugar Lip Scrub *with tutorial* - BATH AND BEAUTY Alright, so I wasn't all that interested in lip scrubs until I had a conversation with my sister. As usual, we were discussing Lush products (we both used to work there at different stores in different cities!) and the topic of lip scrubs came up. They sell these: I wouldn't pay $9 for them, but I'm cheap like that. But after talking about it with my sister so much, I thought I'd give it a try. If you want to try your hand at it, here's what I did: Ingredients:white sugarhoneyapricot kernel oilpure vanilla extractpeppermint essential oil You could always make substitutions, this is just what I did. Alright, now here are my extremely precise measurements and directions (har har har): 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. To use:Wet lips with water and rub a pea sized amount on lip. I like to finish up with my Rocky Mountain Soap Company peppermint lip butter! And because I know you're probably curious, it didn't taste half bad either!!

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